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New Yorker Magazine - July 30, 1979 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
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New Yorker Magazine - July 30, 1979 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 30, 1979 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine has been carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover.


Cover artist: Eugene Mihaesco
Publication Date: July 30, 1979
Page Count: 92 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Kilbinnin Men by Douglas Dunn. C.E. McColl is a Scottish engineer in his early forties and manager of his firm's factory in the West of Scotland. He is proud of having been born, and lived for 9 years in the village of Kilbinnin, which he passes each day on his, way to work. The village...

The Talk of the Town Mostly Mozart by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the Mostly Mozart festival at Lincoln Center. The C-Major Concerto will be performed at the request of Misha Dichter...

Books by John Updike.

The Current Cinema FROM UNDEATH TO PUBERTY by Susan Lardner.

The Talk of the Town New Brooms by Wallace White. Talk story about a federally funded clean-up program in the South Bronx. The area's economically depressed teen-agers are put to work cleaning the area, as well as setting up basketball teams in the playgrounds, planting trees in parks and gardening and painting park benches. Present at the meeting...

Comment by Wallace White. Comment from a man who answers a personal ad in the back pages of The New York Review of Books and meets the woman at 1 Fifth Avenue bar. He had purchased a Giorgio Armani suit for the occasion. It is a fashionable style, meant to look wrinkled, but his...

The Talk of the Town Twenty-five Thousandths of a Second by Ian Frazier. Talk story about the National Hot Rod Association's Summernationals, the biggest drag-racing event on the East Coast, held at Raceway Park near Englishtown, N.J. Big Daddy Don Garlits, one of the biggest names in drag-racing, was there...

The Talk of the Town Dog Language by Ian Frazier. Talk story in which a dog-owner talks to his pet at a K-9 Frisbee Disc Catch and Fetch Contest, sponsored by Cycle Dog Food, a product of the Pet Foods Division of General Foods, at Central Park Sheep Meadow. "Maybe if you get to be National Champion Frisbee...

Fiction Unlike Girls by Linda Grace Hoyer. Ada, a widow approaching her 70th birthday, lives alone in the country. She remembers her son Christopher, at age six, choosing the unlikely gift of a statue of a boy angel - an elf, he said, for a little girl in his first grade class. One day Ada receives a visit...

Around City Hall Same Time, Next Year by Andy Logan. New York has been chosen over Detroit and Philadelphia as the site of the Democratic National Convention in 1980. The announcement came on the same day that Stuart Eizenstat, Carter's chief domestic adviser, quoted Mayor Koch in a memo to the President, then in Tokyo, describing the American people's extreme...

Profiles SPECIAL EFFECTS by Anthony Bailey. PROFILE of English artist David Hockney, 42. The writer saw him in N.Y., where he was making sets and costumes for a May 1978 production of "The Magic Flute," in Glyndebourne, England. Unlike many of the hits of the swinging 60's, Hockney is still there. Demand for his work...

Poetry Goethe's Death Mask by Linda Gregg. The face is quite smooth...

Poetry The Russian Doll by Elder Olson. Here's an old Russian doll two feet tall...

Poetry Summer Celestial by Stanley Plumly. At dusk I row out to what looks like light or anonymity...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 30, 1979 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco


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